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_creationDateOctober 11, 2006 4:35:52 PM
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AuthorAnatol Lieven John Hulsman
SourceLos Angeles Times
DateOctober 11, 2006
URLhttp://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/la-oe-lieven11oct11,0,3605684.story
Quote"The U.S. is already reducing its troop levels on the Korean peninsula; it should accelerate the process and move rapidly toward ending its military presence. Moreover, it should negotiate a peace treaty with North Korea. This will remove Pyongyang's motive to attack U.S. interests"
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North Korea Isn't Our Problem by Anatol Lieven, John Hulsman (Los Angeles Times, October 11, 2006) (view)

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TopicNorth Korean nuclear crisis
Position_fragmentChina should pressure North Korea to give up its nuclear ambitions
PositionNorth Korean nuclear crisis / China should pressure North Korea to give up its nuclear ambitions
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China should pressure North Korea to give up its nuclear ambitions

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TopicNorth Korean nuclear crisis
Position_fragmentUnited States should negotiate with North Korea
PositionNorth Korean nuclear crisis / United States should negotiate with North Korea
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United States should negotiate with North Korea

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